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Mining Protein Interactions for Smarter Drug Design
- Protein-protein interactions (PPIs) hold humans together. A single protein or enzyme by itself is useless, but synchronize it with the right partners, and suddenly life forces appear—from the absorption of nutrients to the contraction of muscles. Untapped targets for drug design lurk in these essential protein bonds. Researchers ...
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